I am 5 months out of surgery as of yesterday. I have lost 80 pounds since surgery, and 120 altogether. Physically I am feeling great, am exercising regularly, and the changes are evident in my body even when the scale doesn't move. Life is good overall. Problem is I am not feeling it. It seems like I feel a little sadder every day. Stupid stuff gets on my nerves and a little disappointment makes me want to take to my bed. I have been dealing with bipolar disorder for a long time, and know symptoms well. My question for the veterans here is do you see this as a normal part of the process? I would especially appreciate hearing from anyone living with a mood disorder AND on medication. Thanks.
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